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Well, since I'm the one writing it, it should be autobio. You know, at one point I thought that autobiography had something to do with cars.

Some very random facts about me

Frogs or elephants? Frogs because they're green? So they aren't all green, but if you imagine a frog, don't you imagine a green frog? But if those elephants are dancing, then I prefer them. Or if they're pink. You know, I just thought about something, if you put together a (grey) elephant and a (green) frog, you get Slytherin colours! :)

What makes you happy? A lot of things. Good books, chocolate, friends... and sunshine. I'm one of these people who kind of depends on weather - it's much easier for me to be happy when it's sunny outside.

What are you obsessed with/addicted to? Again, a lot of things. Green tea, for example. Then coffee, especially in the mornings. Chocolate, of course. Fanfiction (you never would have guessed that, would you?). Harry Potter. Terry Pratchett books. Agatha Christie books. Musical "Chess". Currently also with a game called "Dynomite" - it's about smashing dinosaur eggs... then with my Nightwish album "Once". And many, many other things I can't recall right now. :P

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Stories by Infinity

The Edge by Infinity

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: You can't put everything into words. Somehow, they lose their meaning in the attempt, and then they are nothing but words, sequences of letters, empty. That is why she left no note. And now, standing on the edge, she contemplates the reasons of why she is going to do it.

Reassurance by Infinity

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Sometimes things get too difficult... sometimes life seems an endless sequence of obstacles... sometimes matters seem to fail even before you start to deal with them. Sometimes you need a reassurance.

Gloria et Odium by Infinity

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: The portrait of Mrs. Black reflects on the lost glory of her family and her hatred for those who are responsible for it.